Anyone who’s spent five minutes on Atlanta’s charity scene knows the elegant, accomplished Lovette Russell.
The Spelman College alumna and trustee is chair of the Hughes Spalding Community Board, a member of the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Zoo Atlanta and Sheltering Arms boards and has helmed some of the city’s most prestigious black-tie galas. (Remember the viral Huffington Post essay criticizing Atlanta reality stars? The writer suggested that Russell, not the bickering drama queens made famous by certain television networks, embodies the style and grace of a real “real housewife.”)
On Nov. 10, Russell receives the Mary Cann Achievement Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service at Night of Hope Gala, benefiting the Georgia chapter of the Lupus Foundation of America.
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